WIZO Australia

WIZO Australia, the Women’s International Zionist Organisation, is a non-party international movement dedicated to the welfare of all sectors of Israeli society.

WIZO is recognised by the United Nations as a Non-Government Organisation, with consultative status on ECOSOC and UNICEF.

WIZO enriches the lives of children and youngsters in Day Care Centres and schools, provides a framework for youth in its network of youth clubs and one-on-one assistance for teenage girls in distress and victims of domestic violence. who obtain psychological counselling, rehabilitative care and legal assistance.

“The goal of WIZO is to respond to the challenges that arise in Israeli society – through every stage of life.”

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Our Latest Projects

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  • Marejn-Dormitory

    WIZO Ahuzat Yeladim Boarding School (WIZO Australia’s flagship project in Haifa)

  • The-Fanya-and-Godel-Korsunski-Youth-Club

    WIZO Kaplan (in the name of Fanya & Godel Korsunski) Youth Club & Community Centre – Kfar Saba

  • Rae-and-Tom-Mandel-Family-Centre

    The Rae and Tom Mandel WIZO Centre in Modi’in dedicated to Women and Children

  • Esther WakermanEsther Wakerman
    "I joined WIZO 33 years ago...to get out of the house and talk to like minded adults, to have fun at different functions, to learn new skills, to make new friends, to do something for others and to express my zionism in a tangible way... and I'm still here so it must have worked!"
  • Lindsey Cohen BasserabieLindsey Cohen Basserabie
    "I joined WIZO for a number of reasons...I have such a privileged life with so many blessings and wanted to be able give back to the community and express solidarity with Israel. Over the years I have also really enjoyed the social aspect of it - it's a great feeling when a group of girls comes together to plan a function and it all comes together!"
  • Sue GuthSue Guth
    "I joined WIZO 32 years ago to have a link to Israel. The group I belong to has raised over $1.3 million which is a significant amount to have had good effect for worthwhile projects in our Australian linked WIZO kindergartens, crèches and of course Ahuzat Yeladim , the amazing home in Haifa for teenagers."


What's New In WIZO

What’s New In WIZO

What’s New in WIZO, from the Chairperson of the World WIZO Executive, is an in-depth analysis and update on the activities and projects in all WIZO institutions, divisions and programs.


WIZO Review

WIZO Review is World WIZO’s only printed publication, and is distributed to all the federations around the world. The magazine spotlights all of WIZO’s major activities both in Israel and abroad, highlights personalities and provides practical working aids and ideas for members.


My Israel

MY ISRAEL, the newsletter of the World WIZO President focuses on Israel’s many innovations and achievements on all platforms as well as giving in-depth analysis on issues affecting Israel, the  region and the Jewish World.